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Which of the following are elements of the premise of The Canterbury Tales? Check all that apply.

  • Question 3b of 10 - Structure of The Canterbury Tales

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  • Question: Which of the following are elements of the premise of The Canterbury Tales? Check all that apply.
  • Answers:
  1. Pilgrims are assembled at an inn on the way to Canterbury, and the innkeeper proposes a contest.
  2. Whoever reaches Canterbury first will be allowed to marry the innkeeper's daughter.
  3. Each pilgrim will tell four stories - two on the way to Canterbury and two on the return trip.
  4. The road to Canterbury is full of stories, and each pilgrim has one to tell about a previous trip.

The correct answer is: Pilgrims are assembled at an inn on the way to Canterbury, and the innkeeper proposes a contest, and Each pilgrim will tell four stories two on the way to Canterbury and two on the return trip.

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